mo

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-mo

a suffix occurring in a series of compounds that describe book sizes according to the number of leaves formed by the folding of a single sheet of paper: sixteenmo.

Origin:
combining form extracted from duodecimo

MO

1.
method of operation.
2.
Missouri (approved especially for use with zip code).
3.
mode of operation.
4.
modus operandi.

Mo

Symbol, Chemistry.

Mo.

mo.

1.
plural mos. month.
2.
months.

M.O.

1.
mail order.
2.
manually operated.
3.
Medical Officer.
4.
method of operation.
5.
mode of operation.
6.
modus operandi.
7.
money order.

m.o.

1.
mail order.
2.
modus operandi.
3.
money order.
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World English Dictionary
mo1 (məʊ)
 
n
1.  chiefly (Brit) short for moment
2.  chiefly (Austral) short for moustache

mo2
 
the internet domain name for
Macau

Mo
 
the chemical symbol for
molybdenum

MO
 
abbreviation for
1.  Missouri
2.  Medical Officer
3.  modus operandi

Mo.
 
abbreviation for
Missouri

m.o. or MO
 
abbreviation for
1.  mail order
2.  money order
 
MO or MO
 
abbreviation for

-mo
 
suffix forming nouns
(in bookbinding) indicating book size by specifying the number of leaves formed by folding one sheet of paper: 12mo, twelvemo, or duodecimo; 16mo or sixteenmo
 
[abstracted from duodecimo]

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Medical Dictionary

Mo
The symbol for the element molybdenum.

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Science Dictionary
Mo  
The symbol for molybdenum.
molybdenum   (mə-lĭb'də-nəm)  Pronunciation Key 
Symbol Mo
A hard, silvery-white metallic element that resists corrosion and retains its strength at high temperatures. It is used to harden and toughen steel and to make high-temperature wiring. molybdenum is an essential trace element in plant metabolism. Atomic number 42; atomic weight 95.94; melting point 2,617°C; boiling point 4,612°C; specific gravity 10.22 (at 20°C); valence 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. See Periodic Table.
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Computing Dictionary

mo definition

networking
The country code for Macau.
(1999-01-27)

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Abbreviations & Acronyms
mo
Moldavian
Mo
molybdenum
MO
  1. magnetooptical

  2. mail order

  3. medical officer

  4. Missouri

  5. Latin modus operandi (way of working)

  6. money order

  7. Philip Morris Cos.

mo.
month
Mo.
Missouri
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